Theory, evolution, and infectious diseases

I am broadly interested in the problems related to ecology and evolution of infectious diseases (eeid), eco-evolutionary dynamics, and theoretical ecology. I use both theory and experiments to understand how disease outcomes are influenced by ecology and evolution.

“…if these models, despite their different assumptions, lead to similar results we have what we can call a robust theorem which is relatively free of the details of the model. Hence our truth is the intersection of independent lies.”

  Levins (1966)

Some of the tools of evolutionary biology

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